cs en he
Julius and Marie Hübsch
(Karolíny Světlé 140/34)

Julius Hübsch (* 4 November 1897) was born in Pravonín, the Ledeč nad Sázavou district. He worked as a businessman in Roudnice nad Labem. He met Marie Guthová (* 24 November 1896) that was originally from Kladno. They got married in 1924 and three years after that their son Zdeněk was born. After several years, the family moved to Kolín and lived at Karoliny Světlé 34. At this address, Julius ran a rawhide leather shop. After the Nazi occupation in March 1939, the Hübsch family succeeded in placing Zdeněk among other children in Nicholas Winton’s rescue train to England. Julius and Marie Hübsch were forced to get on the AAd transport that was directed to Terezín. On 18 May 1944, they were moved by the Eb transport to Auschwitz where they both died.

The stolpersteins have been paid by Laurence Hybs.